More than 500 state and university employees from across Maryland rallied in Baltimore last Thursday evening to demand that Governor Larry Hogan "stop just talking and start negotiating in good faith." AFSCME Council 3, the largest union of state workers, says the governor hasn't responded to a single proposal -- "Many of which would save taxpayers money" -- from the union after two months of negotiations, with a December 31 deadline looming. Council 3 President Patrick Moran accused Hogan of "intentionally trying to run out the clock and ignore state employees. Enough is enough!" photo courtesy AFSCME 3 Twitter feed
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